Jeffrey C. Zemla

Affiliations: 
Brown University, Providence, RI 
Area:
HCI, computational modeling, understanding, decision-making
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Parents

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Steven Sloman post-doc 2014- Brown
Joseph L. Austerweil post-doc 2017- UW Madison (Neurotree)
Stephen M. LaConte research scientist 2011-2012 Virginia Tech Carilion Research Institute (Neurotree)

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Kesong Cao research assistant 2018-2020 UW Madison (Neurotree)
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Zemla JC. (2022) Knowledge Representations Derived From Semantic Fluency Data. Frontiers in Psychology. 13: 815860
Lange KV, Hopman EWM, Zemla JC, et al. (2020) Evidence against a relation between bilingualism and creativity. Plos One. 15: e0234928
Zemla JC, Cao K, Mueller KD, et al. (2020) SNAFU: The Semantic Network and Fluency Utility. Behavior Research Methods
Zemla JC, Austerweil JL. (2019) Analyzing Knowledge Retrieval Impairments Associated with Alzheimer's Disease Using Network Analyses. Complexity. 2019
Zemla JC, Austerweil JL. (2018) Estimating semantic networks of groups and individuals from fluency data. Computational Brain & Behavior. 1: 36-58
Zemla JC, Austerweil JL. (2017) Modeling Semantic Fluency Data as Search on a Semantic Network. Cogsci ... Annual Conference of the Cognitive Science Society. Cognitive Science Society (U.S.). Conference. 2017: 3646-3651
Bechlivanidis C, Lagnado DA, Zemla JC, et al. (2017) Concreteness and abstraction in everyday explanation. Psychonomic Bulletin & Review
Zemla JC, Sloman S, Bechlivanidis C, et al. (2017) Evaluating everyday explanations. Psychonomic Bulletin & Review
Steiner S, Zemla J, Sloman S. (2016) MP10: ANALYTICAL STYLE PREDICTS RELIGIOUS AND TELEOLOGICAL BELIEF Journal of Investigative Medicine. 64: 808.2-809
Alter AL, Oppenheimer DM, Zemla JC. (2010) Missing the trees for the forest: a construal level account of the illusion of explanatory depth. Journal of Personality and Social Psychology. 99: 436-51
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